Feeling and faith in F. H. Jacobi’s Vorrede, zugleich Einleitung...
This article analyses the understanding of feeling and faith in the late work of F. H. Jacobi Vorrede, zugleich Einleitung in des Verfassers sämtliche philosophisch Schriften. The author emphasises the similarity between the interpretation of faith in F. H. Jacobi’s work and the understanding and definition ...
The Embodied Practical Ideal: Kant’s Ethicotheology and Godmanhood
... archetype of perfection only as its pure and whole moral attitude through all the maxims and acts. Philosophy would transcend its boundaries if it claimed more and expected recognition of the prototypical theology of the ideal as the content of church faith. But it is not by chance that Kant sets forth the philosophical theory of the archetype as the content of faith in the subjunctive mood. According to Kant, the preaching of the divine character of the archetype as extra-philosophical supplement ...
Between faith and disbelief: the theme of life and death in Yu. N. Ivanov’s novel Dances in the Crematory: Ten Episodes from the Life of Königsberg
... the textual space of the novel. I prove that, at the ideational-thematic level, the principle of fragmentarity is manifested in the novel in the form of a series of antithesis themes and binary oppositions (peace/war, life/death, god/evil, love/hate, faith/disbelief, God/devil), which reveal the author’s worldview and integrate semantically different dimensions of the novel — subjective, psychological, moral, philosophical, and fictional ones. These oppositions emphasise the novel’s leitmotif ...
Vernunft und Glaube. Zu Kants Deduktion der Gnadenlehre
... can reasonably hope to achieve goodness in one’s moral conduct because of God’s grace. A transcendental deduction (b) has to justify conditions that enable the acquisition of rational claims. The justification of the claim of practical reason that faith is a necessary precondition of one‘s moral conduct has now to be understood as complementary to the result of the transcendental deduction of the categories, namely the restriction of theoretical reason to the sensible world. Faith in God’s ...
I. Kant on religion, faith, god, and church
... Professor L. A. Kalinnikov; per. s nem. I. D. Koptseva, in: Kantovskiy sbornik [Kant collection]. Kaliningrad, Vol. 21, s. 196—244.
5. Sudakov, A. K. 2009, Meshdu veroy serdza i blagochestiem razuma: kak Kant ne stal philosophom Otkroveniya [Between the faith of heart and godliness of mind, as Kant was not a philosopher of Revelation], in: Kantovskiy sbornik [Kant collection]. No. 1, s. 39—53.
Kant, philosophy of religion, faith, church, Christianity, reason
Belov V. N., Fakhrudinova E. R.
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
... i Wartosci [Culture and Values]. № 2, p. 45—62.
26. Cohen H. 2012, Kantowska teoria doswiadczenia. Pier. A. J. Norasa [Kant’s theory of experience. Trans. A. J. Noras]. Kety.
27. Czardybon B. 2009, Wiara w ujeciu Aleksandra I. Wwiedienskiego [Faith according to Alexander I. Vvedensky] // Logos i Ethos [Logos and Ethos]. № 2, p. 235—253.
28. Czardybon B. 2010 (a), Andrieja Biełego teoria symbolizmu jako swiatopoglądu [Andrey Bely’s theory of symbolism as a worldview] // Symbol w paradygmatach ...
Linguocultural Transfer: Memplexes in the Anglo-Saxon Tradition
... istorii khristianskoi tsivilizatsii: Latinskii Zapad i pravoslavnyi Vostok [Sacralization power in the history of Christian civilization: the Latin West and the Orthodox East]. Moscow.
2. Berman, G. Dzh., 1999. Vera i zakon: primirenie prava i religii [Faith and Order: The Reconciliation of Law and Religion]. Moscow.
3. Bodriiyar, Zh., 2015. Simulyakry i simulyatsii [Simulacrums and simulations]. Moscow.
4. Glebov, A. G., 2007. Angliya v rannee Srednevekov'e [England in the early Middle Ages]. St. Petersburg....
“Russian people” in the literature and documents of the 19th century: an experience of linguistic portraiture
... The latter behaves in a fatherly way, taking upon itself the mission of enlightenment of ordinary people and their liberation. In the semantic field “Russian people” there are numerous semantic components directly related to the concept analysed: faith, faithfulness, patience, tolerance, understanding, receptivity, openness, simple-mindedness, juvenility, etc. The authors consider the moral and intellectual qualities of Russian people, which are dialectical and ambivalent. The authors explore ...
Functional and semantic characteristics of emotive and perceptual vocabulary in hagiography of Nikolay Yaponskiy.
... with mental activity (reflected in the figurative meanings of linguistic units) has been established. The article describes explication of processes that are beyond the boundaries of perception by means of the senses and that open up to the men of faith.
When analyzing the emotive vocabulary used in hagiographic texts, it was found that the vocabulary of emotions in the life reveals the meanings that are essential for understanding the author's concept and becomes an important means of creating ...
Kantian ethos in J. Rawls’s political philosophy
... "political justice" can be an object of construction; construction presupposes the use of practical rather than pure reason; moral philosophy requires a complex concept of a person; the function of moral philosophy is the rational defense of reasonable faith. The main differences between Kant’s and Rawls’s include the understanding of practical reason; the concept of a person based on fundamental ideas originating from different sources (political culture in Rawls’s works and transcendental idealism ...
Teachings of Prince Vladimir in the contemporary discourse of the “Mystery of Iniquity”
The author shows special significance of a change of heart and mind of Prince Vladimir, the "miracle of miracles" (Metropolitan Hilarion), which despite all the internal and external hardships of Russia, still reflects its main essence — faithfulness to the Law of Christ.
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2. Митрополит Иларион. Слово о законе и благодати // Повести Древней Руси....
Kantian Ethical Humanism in Late Imperial Russia
... emerged slowly in nineteenth-century Russia under the influence of Slavophilism. The Slavophiles with a deep sense of religiosity rooted in an understanding of the Church Fathers. They rejected the role of reason in evaluating moral choices, relying on faith to reveal objective moral laws and rules. Their form of Christian humanism lay in a commitment to justice and respect for all human beings. However, the arguably most historically significant Christian humanist in this era was Vladimir S. Solovyov,...
Energy and the Ways of its Conceptualisation in Cognition: an Attempt at an Epistemological Analysis
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32. Postovalova, V. I., 2015. Faith. Culture. Language (Mystic-theological and metascientific views of Archpriest Alexander Geronimus). In: Yu. S. Vladimirova, ed. Khristianstvo i nauka: sbornik dokladov konferentsii [Christianity and science: collection of the conference papers]....
The spiritual and moral collision in H. G. Wells’s short story “The Door in the Wall”
... problem of the text. It is shown that the image of Wallace and the related plot are deter-mined by the choice between the eternal and earthly values, this and the other worlds. The image of the narrator embodies the opposition between the catego-ries of faith and doubt shaping the inner collision of the short story.
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2. Кригер И. Б. Философия ...
Colour naming as a means to present the concept of ‘life’ in N. Gogol’s epic poem Dead Souls
This articles analyses lexemes with the colour meaning of ‘white’, ‘green’, and ‘yellow’ as representatives of meanings related to the concept of LIFE — beauty, hope, faith. The author stresses the connection between these lexemes with the “living” images opposed to the lifeless world of Dead Souls.
1. Алимпиева Р. В. Семантическая структура слова белый // Вопросы ...
Cultural Transfer and Etymology
... and protoculture]. Tbilisi. Vol. 2.
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3. Feshchenko, V. V., Bochaver, S. Yu., 2016. The theory of cultural transfers — through cultural studies — to theoretical linguistics. In: V. V. Feshchenko, ed. Lingvistika i semiotika kul'turnykh transferov [Linguistics and semiotics ...
The history of the myth of L. P. Karsavin’s conversion to Catholicism
... religious philosopher Lev Karsavin to Catholicism. Meanwhile, the juxtaposition of the memories of those who witnessed the last years of Karsavin's life as well as many other documents of that time make it possible to assert that his conversion to another faith is only a myth created by enthusiastic zealots of Catholicism, since it contradicts the dying philosopher’s testimony.
1. Ванеев А. А. Два года в Абези. В память о Л. П. Карсавине. Брюссель, 1990....
Character’s existence in the Königsberg/Kaliningrad toposphere: Yu.N Ivanov’s Dances in the Crematorium and Michael Wieck’s The Decline of Königsberg
... Luisenwahl, Kneiphof, Pregel, Schlossteich to name just a few. The urbanonyms denoting the main characters’ places of residence are Lawsker Allee and Steffeckstraße (Ivanov) and Steinmetzstraße (Wieck). The works share common themes — memory, faith, physical constraints, the freedom of human spirit, moral and amorality, personal and collective responsibility, and the evil of totalitarian regimes and racial hatred. The analysis shows common motifs in the works, those of destiny, desperate situations,...
Kant, Radical Agnosticism, and Methodological Eliminativism about Things-in-Themselves
... Report,” Robert Howell says that a philosophically satisfactory resolution of all-too-familiar problems about Kant’s views on the object of knowledge and the nature of things-in-themselves should meet three conditions: (1) it should be reasonably faithful to Kant’s views, (2) it must show that his views are internally consistent and his major arguments are valid, and (3) it must not rest on premises that are themselves philosophically implausible. Howell concludes that it would be philosophically ...
Thinking and faith. An afterword to the correspondence regarding relations between Hamann and Kant
This article is somewhat of an afterword to the publication of Georg Hamann’s text — including his correspondence with Immanuel Kant, earlier not available to Russian readers and related to their complicated “philosophical” relation — on the pages of Kantovsky Sbornik. These materials have comprised a book entitled Hamann and Kant: a Struggle for Pure Reason, which will be published this year by Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University Press.
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Report of the ‘Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy 2’ International Seminar (Moscow, 27—29 April 2017)
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One Hundred Years Later: Visual Representations of Cultural Memory of the First World War in the Commemorative Practices in the UK
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The concept of postulate in Kant's philosophy
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postulate, axiom, hypothesis, principle, fundamental principle, maxim, highest good, existence of God, immortality of soul, autonomy of will, faith
Kryshtop L. E.
Analytic Work on Kant — Idealism, Things in Themselves, and the Object of Knowledge
... “Things in Themselves: an Interim Report” (XI Kant Readings, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, 2014), the author questions how far Kant’s idealism can be accepted and these problems resolved in any way that (i) is reasonably faithful to Kant’s texts, (ii) renders his position consistent (and his major arguments valid), and (iii) does not rest on premises that are themselves philosophically implausible. The author argues that these three desiderata are not met in any strictly ...
Representation of religious and confessional values of the Reformation and Protestantism in the phraseological heritage of Martin Luther
... basic ideas of the Protestant creed. The main attention is paid to the representation in the phraseological units of the key provisions of the religious and moral renewal of the person, proclaimed by reformists, namely the concepts of justification by faith, Christian freedom, upbringing and education of a new person, vocation and labour as religious and spiritual values.
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The phenomenology of Pushkin’s ‘universal sympathy (based on ‘Аscene from ‘Faust’, ‘The feast in the time of plague’, and ‘the Wanderer’)
... novel Pilgrim’s Progress. The article emphasises that Pushkin used his ‘capacity for universal sympathy’ to incorporate those dangers in both life and poetry. The hermeneutics of poetry is also dealt with in its connection to the hermeneutics of faith within the context of Russia’s and Western Europe’s eschatological objectives, which shaped the cultural codes of the two territories.
Vatsuro, V. E., et al., eds., 1974. A. S. Pushkin v vospominaniyakh sovremennikov: v 2 t. [A. S. Pushkin ...
Cohen and Natorp’s Philosophy of Religion: the Argument about the Boundary of Reason
Dmitrieva, N. A., 2008. Religion within the Limits of Humanity. On the History of the Problem of Religion in the Philosophy of Paul Natorp. In: D. N. Razeev, ed. 2008. Vera i znanie. K sootnosheniyu ponyatij v klassicheskoj nemeckoj filosofii [Faith and Knowledge. On the Relation of Concepts in Classical German Philosophy]. Saint Petersburg: St. Petersburg University Press, pp. 260-270. (In Rus.)
Holzhey, H., 1986. Cohen und Natorp. Band 2: Der Marburger Neukantianismus in Quellen. Basel & ...
Paul Natorp’s social pedagogic theory and it’s relevance to modern russian education
..., N. A., 2008, Religija v predelah chelovechnosti: k istorii problemy religii v filosofii Paulja Natorpa [Religion within the bounds of humanity]. In: D. N. Razejev, ed. 2008, Vera i znanie: sootnoshenije ponjatij v klassicheskoj nemeckoj filosofii [Faith and knowledge: correlation of the concepts in the classical German philosophy], St. Petersburg, p. 260—270.
9. Dmitrieva, N. A., 2007, Russkoe neokantianstvo: «Marburg» v Rossii. Istoriko-filosofskie ocherki [Russian Neo-Kantianism: “Marburg” ...
The significance of the critique of A. I. Vvedensky’s ‘new psychophysiological law’ for Russian philosophy
... ideas can be classed as Neo-Kantian, which emphasises their unique features and relevance for further historical and philosophical analysis.
1. Astafiev, P. E. 1893, Vera i Znanie v edinstve mirovozzreniya (opit nachala kriticheskoi monadologii) [Faith and Knowledge in the unity of Outlook (the experience of the early critical monadologie)], Moscow.
2. Belov, V. N. 2013, Vvedensky—rodonachalnik russkovo neokantianstva [Vvedensky — the founder of Russian neo-Kantianism], Neokantianstvo v Rossii: ...
The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
... Fraasen, B., 1984. Belief and the Will. Journal of Philosophy, 81(5), pp. 235-256.
Van Inwagen, P., 1996. It is Wrong, Everywhere, Always, and for Anyone, to Believe Anything upon Insufficient Evidence. In: J. Jordan and D. L. Howard-Snyder, eds. 1996. Faith, Freedom and Rationality. Lanham and London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 137-153.
Ward, K., 1972. The Development of Kant’s View of Ethics. New York: Blackwell.
Wimmer, R., 2011. Kants kritische Religionsphilosophie. Edited by G. Funke and R. Malter....
The Notion of Free Will in Sergey Hessen’s Conception of Culture
... Philosophy of History and Historiography. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 477-487.
Belov, V. N., 2016. (Book Review) Yu. Melikh. Irrational Expansion of Kant’s Philosophy in Russia. Kantian Journal, 4(35), pp. 103-105. (In Russ.)
Crowe, B., 2010. Faith and Value: Heinrich Rickert’s Theory of Religion. Journal of the History of Ideas, 4(41), pp. 617-636.
Dmitrieva, N. A., 2013. The Concept of A priori in German and Russian Neo-Kantianism. Mnogoobrazie apriori. Materialy mezhdunarodnoy konferentsii ...
Die Grenze zwischen Glauben und Wissen: Zur Wirkungsgeschichte und aktuellen Bedeutung von Kants Religionsphilosophie
... Herzensfrömmigkeit und Wissenschaftsmanagement // Neuner P., Wenz G. Theologen des 20. Jahrhunderts. Darmstadt, 2002. S. 33—52.
post-metaphysical and post- Christian thinking, highest good, ethic community, universal invisible church, religious faith, tolerance, religious self-understanding, religious experience, post-secular society
Habermas J. (Übersetzt von A. Ju. Schatschina und S. W. Schatschin)
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... experience’. However, such experience is not interpreted as ‘bare’ cognition or its mere possibility but rather it is perceived as a combination of consciousness (Bewusstsein), knowledge (Erkenntnis), the consciousness of God (Gottesbewusstsein), faith, and free will. Thus, Russian neo-Leibnizians represented their epistemology as a complete sphere and viewed the Kantian and neo-Kantian teaching of ‘pure experience’ as a section of that sphere. However, Russian metaphysical personalists were ...
The Name of Prophet Abraham in the Old Russian Literature of XI—XIII centuries
... Department of Old Russian Literature]. Vol. 56. St. Petersbourg. pp. 428—452 (in Russ.).
About the Law, through Moses given, and about Grace and Truth through Jesus Christ revealed, and as the Law departed, but Grace and Truth filled the whole earth, and faith in all nations spread, and reached our Russian people. And praise our prince Vladimir, whom we were baptized. And prayer to God from all our land, 1997. In: D. S. Likhacheva, L. A. Dmitrieva, eds. Biblioteka literatury Drevnej Rusi [The Library ...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... [General Linguistics]. Moscow, pp. 5—16.
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39. Teliya, V. N. 1999. Priorities and methodological problems of the study of phraseological composition of language in the context of culture. In: V. N. Teliya, ed. Frazeologiya v kontekste kul'tury [Phraseology in the context of culture]....
From Marburg to Odessa: A contribution to a scientific bio-graphy of S. L. Rubinstein
... re¬ligii v filosofii Paulja Natorpa [Religion in the limits of humanity: to the histiry of the problem of religion in the philosophy of Paul Natorp]. In: D. N. Razeev (ed.), 2008, Vera i znanie: sootnoshenie ponjatij v klassicheskoj nemeckoj filosofii [Faith and Knowledge: the corre¬laton of the concepts in the classical German philosophy], Sankt-Petersburg, p. 260—270.8. Dmitrieva, N. A., 2007, Russkoe neokantianstvo: “Marburg” v Rossii. Istoriko-filosofskie ocherki [Russian Neo-Kantianism: ...
... Dmitrieva, N.A., 2008, Religija v predelah chelovechnosti: k istorii problemy religii v filosofii Paulja Natorpa [Religion within the bounds of humanity]. In: D. N. Razejev, ed. 2008, Vera i znanie: sootnoshenije ponjatij v klassicheskoj nemeckoj filosofii [Faith and knowledge: correlation of the concepts in the classical German philosophy], St. Petersburg, p. 260—270.7. Zen’kovskij, V.V., 1908, Platon v istolkovanii P. Natorpa [Plato in the interpretation of P. Natorp], Voprosy filosofii i psichologii ...